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Facial Bones

7.2--Skull; Facial Bones

TermDefinition
NASAL BONES SMALL, FLATTEEND, RECTANGULAR SHAPED BONS THAT FORM BRIDGE OF NOSE
LACRIMAL BONES PAIRED; FINGERNAIL IN SIZE; POSTERIOR AND LATERAL TO NASAL BONES AND FOR PART OF MEDIAL WALL OF EACH ORBIT; UPPER WALL OF NASAL CAVITY
PALATINE BONES ROOF OF THE MOUTH
HORIZONTAL PLATES FORMS HARD PLATE -- WHICH SEPARATES NASAL CAVITY FROM ORAL (ROOF OF MOUTH)
INFERIOR NASAL CONCHAE INFERIOR TO MIDDLE AND SUPERIOR NASAL CONCHAE OF ETHMOID
VOMER TRIANGULAR BONE ON FLOOR OF NASAL CAVITY THAT ARTICULATES WITH PERPENDICULAR PLATE OF ETHMOID BONE AND INFERIOR SURFACE OF BODY OF SPHENOID. FORMS INFERIOR PORTION OF BONY NASAL SEPTUM
MAXILLAE UPPER JAW BONE; ARTICULATE WITH EVERY BONE IN THE FACE, BUT MANDIBLE. FLOORS OF ORBITS + ROOF OF MOUTH WITH PALATINE PROCESSES
MAXILLARY SINUS SINUS
ALVEOLAR PROCESS ALVEOLI FOR MAXILLARY TEETH
PALATINE PROCESS PROJECTION OF MAXILLA THAT FORMS ANTERIOR THREE QUARTERS OF HARD PLATE
INFRAORBITAL FORAMEN ANTERIOR VIEW OF SKULL; GOES TO ORBIT
INCISIVE FORAMEN POSTERIOR TO INCISOR TEETH
INFERIOR ORBITAL FISSURE LOCATED BETWEEN GREATER WING OF SPHENOID AND POSTERIOR ASPECT OF MAXILLA
ZYGOMATIC BONES CHEEK BONES; ARTICULATE WITH FRONTAL MAXILLA SPHENOID AND TEMPORAL BONES
TEMPORAL PROCESS ARTICULATES WITH ZYGOMATIC PROCESS = ZYGOMATIC ARCH
ZYGOMATICOFACIAL FORAMEN LOCATED NEAR THE CENTER OF THE ZYGOMATIC BONE; NERVE AND VESSEL PASSAGE
MANDIBLE LOWER JAWBONE; ARCH SHAPED. MOVABLE
BODY CURVED, HORIZONTAL PORTION
RAMI (RAMUS, SING) PERPENDICULAR PORTIONS
CONYLAR PROCESS ARTICULATES WITH MANDIBULAR FOSSA AND ARTICULAR TUBERCLE OF TEMPORAL BONE = TEMPROMANDIBULAR JOINT
CORONOID PROCESS MANDIBULAR NOTCH
ALVEOLAR PROCESS RIDGE-LIKE ARCH CONTAINING ALVEOLI (FOR MANDIBULAR TEETCH)
MENTAL FORAMEN INFERIOR TO SECOND PREMOLAR TOOTH
MANDIBULAR FORAMEN MEDIAL SURFACE OF EACH RAMUS; BEGINS MANDIBULAR CANAL
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